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Exhibit This! Docs Demand Screentime Aug/Sep 2003

We devote this issue to the many permutations of exhibition, and the many issues and challenges involved.

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Features

  • Docs by Digital Delivery: New Technologies Project a Bright Future for Nonfiction Movie Makers

    Digital projection of video has been with us for...
  • Show Us Your Shorts: It's Easier Said Than Done for Docs Under 40 Minutes in Length

    Documentary shorts (40 minutes or less) represent...
  • Consider the Alternative: A Coast-to-Coast Tour of Non-Commercial Exhibitors

    While it's been refreshing over the past year to...
  • Fear No Art House! Gaining Theatrical Exhibition for Documentaries

    Last year Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine...
  • White Men Film 'The Blues' : PBS Project Skimps on Color and Gender

    One of the most eagerly awaited documentaries of...
  • Dox Meet Comix in Hybrid Film: The Filmmakers Discuss the Making of 'American Splendor'

    American Splendor , a feature film written and...
  • Big Time Reality: Size Does Matter to Large Format Filmmakers

    The bigger the image, the bigger the impact,"...
  • Celebrating Cinerama: The Birth, Death and Seeming Resurrection of the First Ultra-Widescreen Format

    "One night in 1997, I was watching a documentary...
  • The Audience Is the Real Winner at the Seattle International Film Festival

    It's one of the longest running festivals in the...
  • Doc Makers Take Can-Do Attitude at Cannes

    Nothing epitomizes the challenges confronting a...
  • Taking It to Church: 'Bonhoeffer' Packs the Pews Before Moving on to the Cinemas

    In 1998, when production began on Bonhoeffer (...
  • Not Exactly Doing It by the Book: No 'Stone' Unturned on Long Road to Self-Distribution

    Mark Moskowitz was in one of the last remaining...
  • Choosing the DIY Approach: The Risks and Rewards of Putting 'Asses in Seats'

    For a filmmaker, there's nothing like watching...